Who is Gio Benitez?
Here is all you need to know about Gio Benitez Bio-Wiki, Age, Birthdays, Net Worth, Nationality, Wikipedia, Family, Parents, Siblings, Instagram, and Twitter.
Gio Benitez Education
Upon finishing high school level at Miami Coral Park High School in 2004; and 2008, Gio went ahead and graduated earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in anthropology and sociology from Florida International University. He is also bilingual in Spanish and English.
Gio Benitez Parents, Siblings.
Benitez was conceived in Miami by a family who immigrated to the United States from Cuba. He is the son of Javier Benitez (dad) and Lourdes Perez (mom). Nevertheless, Little is known about his Siblings.
Gio Benitez Height and Weight
The Florida native has an estimated height of 5 feet 11 inches and weighs around 79 kg.
Gio Benitez Nationality/Ethnicity
Benitez is an American by birth and his ethnicity is White.
Gio Benitez Wikipedia
Benitez works as the Transportation Correspondent for ABC News based in New York and Washington, D.C. He covers aviation, the auto industry, railroads, and space for all ABC News programs and platforms including “Good Morning America,” “Nightline,” “20/20,” “ABC World News Tonight,” “ABC News Radio,” and ABC’s streaming network, “ABC News Live.”
Before working at ABC News in 2013, he worked as a reporter for WFOR-TV in Miami, where he covered the Trayvon Martin case and the 2012 Presidential election. Before working as a reporter, Gio was an investigative producer at WFOR-TV and reported on stories involving public safety, Medicare fraud, and government corruption. He commenced at the station as an Emma L. Bowen Foundation work-study scholar.
In January 2010, Benitez toured Haiti to report relief efforts following the devastating earthquake. In June 2009, he was the 1st reporter to ever shoot a television story with an iPhone.
Benitez is an award-winning reporter and has reported a wide range of stories for the network, such as El Chapo’s underground escape from a Mexican prison, the Pulse nightclub shooting, and the Boston Marathon bombing. He regularly reports exclusive investigative stories as part of Good Morning America’s series, “GMA Investigates.”